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's a victim as well. >>> and not so sorry, charlie. charlie sheen fires back at his bosses in his first morning show interview since they pulled the plug on his hit sit com and he says they owe him an apology. >> they owe me an apology, a big one, while they are licking my feet. i'm tired of pretending i'm not special. >> if the show is brought back, what will it take for sheen to return? wait until you hear what he's asking for "today," monday, wait until you hear what he's asking for "today," monday, february 28, 2011. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> good morning. welcome to a special edition of "today" on a monday morning. i'm matt lauer in new york. meredith soaking up the post oscar fun and the question we have, are you going to take as much credit for "the king's speech" winning best picture this year as you did for "slumdog millionaire" two years ago? >> yes. >> congratulations. your movie won. >> i know. first of all, welcome back, matt. it's nice to see you. such a big night for "the king's speech." you may remember when the nominations came out last month i s
including more of the revealing conversation with charlie sheen. >> just when we thought he couldn't shock more, this morning his first morning interview since production stopped for his show. he says he's done with the drugs and is at war with the people who shut down his show. he talks about why he thinks he deserves an apology. >> and a raise. >> i'm tired of pretending i'm not pitching a total freaking rock star from mars. people can't process me. i don't expect them to. you can't process me with a normal brain. >> i'm still trying to process him. >> he sounds like you. >> i want $3 million an episode, too. go, charlie. >> more on the interview coming up. first over to the news desk. ann, good morning to you. >> good morning to you. in the news, the european union was prepared today to announce new sanctions against libyan leader moammar gadhafi including an arms embargo and a freeze on assets. european diplomats are meeting with secretary of state hillary clinton in geneva. she says it is time for moammar gadhafi to step down. video has emerged showing one of his sons urging his fathe
. that is why charlie sheen is television's highest-paid actor but is he out of a job? >> this sitcom he stars in was on hiatus after he publicly blasted his bosses, the network pulled the plug for the rest of the season. >> and education group is making plans to march on annapolis. what they are planning to ask their lawmakers. >> cbs is pulling the plug on their hit comedy "two and a half men." >> this follows a radio interview with charlie sheen in which he trashed his bosses. >> for the number one sitcom, the plot has been pulled. now, the personal and professional future of charlie sheen is up in the air. >> this kind of flaming out is unprecedented for info and send of the fleet after intensify for thursday after his interview with alex jones. >> there is a new sheriff in town. >> he took a verbal shot at his ex-wife, alcoholics anonymous, and the crater. >> i have spent close to the last decade magically converting your tin cans into pure gold. >> cbs and warner brothers shutdown production for the remainder of the season citing the statement of charlie sheen's conduct. >> he has done d
. then of course with so many celebrities in the news going into rehab like charlie sheen or just out like lindsay lohan, we'll find out why the challenge to stay clean can be so difficult whether in the spotlight or not. dr. keith ablow will be here to explain. first we're going to find out more from ann curry at the news desk. >> thanks, al. good morning, everybody. in the news, today is the deadline that anti-government protesters imposed for egyptian president mubarak to step down. tens of thousands of protesters are holding their ground in and around cairo's tahrir square today and declared this, quote, the day of departure for the president of egypt. according to officials the obama administration is trying to get mubarak to step down immediately to be replaced by a transitional government. >>> the nation's unemployment rate dropped to 9% in january, down from 9.4 from the month before. that is the lowest level in nearly two years and is due to more than half a million people who were out of work finding jobs, according to the labor department. but the country only added 36,000 new jobs, a s
. >>> and showstopper. after tv brass pull the plug on "two and a half men," charlie sheen took to the airwaves again. >> they picked a fight with the wrong guy. defeat is not an option and they know it. >> could the star's latest rantings sideline his career permanently? today saturday, september 26th, permanently? today saturday, september 26th, 2011. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> good morning and welcome to "today" on this saturday morning. i'm lester holt. >> and i'm jenna wolf sitting in for amy. nice to see you on a saturday. >> nice to see you. a moment ago when i said saturday, today, january 26th, you got all excited because today is your birthday. and you came in on your day off. >> i did, just because you wanted to. i could have slept, but why not come in and work. >> because they called you and asked you to work. >> also they called me and asked me to work at 5:30 this morning. but that's another reason why. >> that's how we show the love around here. anyway, happy birthday. >> thank you. >> coming this morning, a shift in strategy in washington. president obama said t
. your early morning business headlines are straight ahead. >>> plus, more headlines from charlie sheen and a sneak peek at his exclusive interview coming up later this morning on the "today" show. >>> some great finishes in the nba, baseball loses a legend and a cheerleader takes the game into his own hands. you're watching "early today." >> good morning, and welcome back to "early today." i'm veronica de la cruz. here are some of your top headlines this morning. pressure is mounting on gadhafi's faltering regime. opposition groups are expanding their control. that comes as the obama administration says it is ready to offer, quote, any type of assistance to those seeking to oust the long time leader. >>> for the second sunday in a row, a massive police turnout in china blocked online calls for pro democracy demonstrations modelled after the uprisings in egypt and tunesia. >>> and in shanghai, street cleaning trucks repeatedly drove through busy districts preventing crowds from forming. >>> and unrest has spread to oman where riot police clashed with demonstrators. 64 were killed as sec
's most expensive purse. your early morning business headlines are straight ahead. plus, charlie sheen finally goes too far for the producers of his top-rated tv show. >>> coming up, a big loss for the st. louis carpals and the celts wheel and deal at the trade deadline. you're watching "early today." >>> good morning, and welcome back to "early today." i'm lynn berry. here are some of your top headlines this morning. u.s. forces are reportedly scaling back most of its forces in one of the most dangerous and remote valleys of eastern afghanistan to focus on protecting citizens in more popular areas. u.s. officials say the wall from the pesh valley is in line with the military's doctrine which focuses on providing security to afghan civilians, but some afghan forces worry it amounts to an abandonment of key terrain where insurgents are well established. >>> kentucky authorities have found the bodies of three amish children who were swept away in a creek swollen by heavy rains. they're still searching for another child. a mother and her six children were trying to cross the creek in thei
. >> it is everybody else that is going to be begging me for their job. >> one-on-one with actor charlie sheen just days after cbs announced they are shelving his show. as you can hear, he may be making his situation worse. >> and the police officer who is not to do it is in court today trying to -- the police officer who is "not a dude >> it has been nearly two months since an undercover baltimore police officer and a subtly were shot to death outside a nightclub. there have been a lot of questions about what went wrong stephanie rawlings-blake and the police commissioner announced an independent investigation officers say william torbit was shot and killed by other police officers who did not know he was under cover at the time and a 22 year-old civilian was also shot and killed. the exact circumstances of his death have not been exposed. >> i just want to bring xiong back. -- sean back. >> it is important to me that we had a strong panel, an independent panel and for a panel of experts. we want to have confidence that nothing like this ever happens again. >> the five-member panel includes a for
? the warning you need to hear, coming up. >>> plus, charlie sheen's rather unexpected phone calls to a radio show. he talked candidly about drugs, why being sober bores him, and whether he's ever been drunk on the set of his hit sitcom. he even offered advice to lindsay lohan >>> but we begin with this deadly violence in bahrain. jackie deangelis lives in manama. she's joining us now by phone. jackie, good morning to you. i know that the protest in bahrain began to percolate as the streets of egypt were boiling over. talk about what seemed to escalate the protests in the last 12 hours. >> we've been following this story for the last three days. protests started peaceful, although there were some clashes of violence that we saw, but pretty much peaceful once it got to the pearl round-about. the last time i was there was 11:00 last night, local time. i was looking down on it. there was music playing. there were women and children. people were eating food. it almost seemed like a festival more than a protest. i went back to my flat. we were getting ready for our coverage the next day. we were w
today. >>> production on "two and a half men" shut down for the season after charlie sheen lashed out at its cocreator and alcoholic anonymous. >> i have a disease? [ bleep ]. i cured it with my brain, with my mind. i'm done. >>> and oscar odds. will "the king's speech" steal the academy award or does "the fighter" have a puncher's chance? perhaps "black swan" could dance away with top honors. we are in hollywood with a preview of the awards show. today, friday, february 25, preview of the awards show. today, friday, february 25, 2011. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> welcome to a split edition of "today" on this friday morning. i'm meredith vieira in los angeles. >> i'm willie geist in studio 1a. matt has the morning off. meredith is hanging with the stars while we're in cold, wet manhattan. the treacherous weather is on the east and west coasts including the storm that led to tragedy in kentucky. >> the victims were members of an amish couple. a married couple and their children were crossing a creek when their buggy turned over. more ahead. >> and a college student
'm ann curry in in willie geist and amy robach. coming up, charlie sheen's bizarre radio rant. >> bizarre is the word to call it. the "two and a half men" star took to the air waves once again to lash out at the show's creator and about his own substance abuse. now the highly rated production is shut down for the season. we'll here some of what sheen said. some of it we can't hear and find out what's ahead for him and the show. >>> also ahead, who are you wearing? that's what everyone wants to know as stars like natalie portman and anne hathaway way watch the red carpet for the oscars. >> who are you wearing, willie? >> i don't know. that's a guy's answer. i have no idea. we're going to the 10th annual south beach food & wine festival in miami. al is there. >> good morning, willie. how you doing? >> doing great. what are you cooking up down there? >> well, we've got a lot of stuff. we have great chefs who will be showing us what they are doing. this is the 10th anniversary. we'll get to that in a minute. of course the big story has been what's going on with the weather here. we'll have de
. nbc news. >> actor charlie sheen was the punch line of one joke at the oscars. he will appear tomorrow morning on the news for a sit-down interview one-on-one. >> it does cbs have a right to shut down your show? they talk about you abusing alcohol and taking drugs. >> no, after reading all of that, they see the guy i nail every line every joke with a full house screaming. >> that is tomorrow morning at 7:00 a.m. right here on wbal-tv. >> we start out with a look at our doppler radar. there is the bay. out to the west, some rain. some thunder and lightning near winchester. the rain comes in the yellow .reas som there are some heavy rain shower certain areas. let's take a look at what happened today. pretty nice with sunshine and a south easterly breeze. the temperature was at 61 degrees at the airport. a very nice day. the temperatures were nicer than we thought they would be. the temperatures dropped off a little bit tonight, but not to extremely cold. a 45 in eastern. what was a warm front has now dropped to the south as a cold front. it will be coming north again on these steadily br
pick for best cars and values. see which rides came out on top. charlie sheen's erratic behavior continues in an interview. he talks about his substance- abuse problem, his sitcom, and what he is now demanding before taking his job back. that and more when you join us for 11 news at 5:00. it is time for the maryland midday lottery numbers. lottery ♪aryland >> here are the picked three numbers. 7, 8, 8. hold on for pick four. do not forget about a second chance contest. entries must be received by march 9 at 6:30 p.m. the first number is 5. 2, 0, 9. 5, 2, 0, 9. >> the maryland lottery -- let yourself play. >> we have the potential for change this afternoon. we have scattered showers. a tornado watch is in effect for southern maryland. that is in effect until 4:00. these lines are breaking apart now. it will be nice tomorrow. >> thank you for joining us for 11 news at noon. have a great day. >> follow breaking news and weather any time online. stay connected on facebook and twitter.
from hartsfield to laguardia. the spectacular public train wreck involving charlie sheen continued today with an interview that aired this morning on "today" during which sheen insisted he is now clean of alcohol and drugs. also in the interview with nbc's jeff rossen, he says he's underpaid for his show "two and a half men" which cbs canceled last week for the rest of the season after sheen's rant against the show's creator and executive producer. >> i'm a man of my word. so i will finish the tv show, i'll even do season ten. but at this point because of psychological distress, it's terminal episode. take it or leave it. >> you want a raise? >> yeah, look what they put me through. >> sheen described himself as being at war with the executives who made the decision to shut down production. there's even more to this. jeff rossen will have it tomorrow morning on "today." >>> when we come back here tonight, our special series on the american economy, at the crossroads, can the u.s. do it again and come up with the next big thing? >>> and later t late bloomer who overcame a big obstacl
@wbaltv.com. >> actor charlie sheen will appear later on the "today" show. the show he stars want was halted after he took to the airwaves and leasing angry feelings about the program and his bosses. >> you are angry. >> i am passionate. everybody thinks i should be begging for my job back. i will warn them that everybody else will be big before my job back because didn't cbs have a right to shut your showdown to the you're abusing alcohol. is there shall. >> epic. epic behavior. they observed the guy hitting every mark and nearly every line, every joke, with a full house screaming. >> be sure to catch charlie sheen's inouye this morning on the "today" show. the "today" show starts at 7:00 a.m. >> interesting. 43 degrees on tv hill. coming up -- >> when officer william torbit was shot and killed, so was sean gamble. we will tell you how gamble family is dealing with the investigation. >> thousands of people are expected to march on annapolis today to defend the budget cuts -- in protest of budget cuts affecting education. >> we have some light rain. severe weather is possible later this afternoon. we
charlie sheen news. your early morning entertainment headlines are straight ahead. plus, the mystery of the hearts in vermont. you're watching "early today." >>> welcome back on this tuesday morning. it's going to be sunny morning. grab the sunglasses today. we are watching windy conditions and it's cold. we had big changes overnight in new england with gusty winds. you'll notice from new york city northward, it's chilly outs there. maybe a drizzle in the middle of the country around kansas city, 54. denver looks fantastic. the southeast is doing pretty good today, too. should be an enjoyable rest of the week. if you're watching us on nbc 12 in jacksonville, florida, explore the scientists and mythology associated in our solar system at children of the universe at the museum of science and history and that's your "early today" event of the day, lynn. >> bill, thanks so much. >>> now here's a look at this morning's headlines in entertainment. after one round, the jeopardy battle of man versus machine stands tied. watson, the ibm computer jumps out to a huge lead, but the show's all-ti
what the [ bleep ] you're trying to do. >> then, charlie sheen 911. >> he was very intoxicated. >> plus, the masseuse and the quarterback. her shocking claims about a superstar quarterback, and how "dancing with the stars" cheryle burke bravely faced down the monster who molested her. >>> plus, sextuplet family split. inside their home he says there is turmoil. >> my wife has been having an extramarital affair. >>> now, "inside edition weekend." >> a mom accused of killing her two children for talking back. >> what the grief-stricken dad is saying. i'm paul boyd. >> i'm diane mcinerney. there was no mention of the mother at a memorial service for the two teens. as friends and family struggled to understand how this could have happened, her husband made his first public appearance to pay tribute to his dead children. ♪ amazing grace >> a moving and somber memorial service for the two teens allegedlily murdered by their own mother for mouthing off, organized by
this program note, tomorrow morning, the day after hollywood's big night, an exclusive interview with charlie sheen, his first television silt-down since the cancellation of his hit series. sheen says he is clean and wants to go back to work but he has one big dema
. >>> the actor charlie sheen who may now be better known for his out of control behavior off screen than his actual acting at this point has finally gone too far with management. cbs announced last night it's shutting down production of his hit sitcom "two and a half men," the number one comedy on television, by the way, after sheen delivered a rant on the radio against his producer. sheen says he will still report to work next week. >>> and exactly how bad a spring flooding season are we expecting in the american midwest? today anheuser-busch in cartersville, georgia, stopped producing beer and turned out canned drinking water instead. they want to build up a reserve of 25,000 cases in case it is needed for flood relief. they have given out six million cases over the years in response to various disasters. >>> when we come back here tonight, the man who's making a real difference as his city struggles back from a terrible disaster. urprise people with the taste of activia. there you go. strawberry and vanilla. thank you. that's good. wow. this is really good. great flavor. it's really cream
. -- right to police stormed a square in bahrain. the sexual and physical abuse when he was a child. charlie sheen talks about this sobriety and his behavior on the set of his show and lindsay lohan. hear what he has to say when we get started on a thursday morning. >> 44 degrees on tv hill. >> we will come back and check the weather and traffic together before you head out to start your day. your day. stay with us. i know. they're delicious. introducing dunkin's all-new cocoa donuts, like our fantastic reverse boston kreme. try them all. america runs on dunkin'. we need more! we need more! what do we say? three more days! three more days! get your chocolate fix this month with dunkin's hot and iced mocha coffee. the boost you need, the chocolate you crave. america runs on dunkin'. >> tracking a few things. >> nothing major in terms of full we normally see. southbound 95, the on ramp at o'donnell street, there is a crash. was down 32, in howard county, that one off to the side -- westbound 32. in glen bernie at point pleasant road, another accident location. normal delay starting to fall i
of wbaltv.com. >> coming up, a captivating interview with charlie sheen. he sat down and capped off a week of wild and angry reims on radio stations. his said, was canceled. here is a preview. -- his sitcome was cancelled. >> everybody thinks i should be begging for my job. everybody else will be begging me for their job back. >> didn't cbs have the right to shut your showdown prevent they heard you're abusing alcohol and taking drugs. it is their show. >> epic behavior. no, because after reading about them, they observed a guy hitting every mark and nearly every line and every joke with a full house screaming. >> an interesting interview, to sicilies. there is coming up next on the "today" show. -- to say the least. >> now traffic pulse 11 and insta-weather plus together. >> turning out to be a busy morning rush. let's get you up to date. northbound 95 approaching 395. still tracking an accident on the shoulder. delays on southbound 95 past white marsh boulevard. watch for a backup. 543 and pulaski highway, a multi vehicle crash. watch for closures. warren road, another accident location
storms wreak havoc on both coasts. we are live at the scene and we will have more. charlie sheen's latest radio rant leads executives to cancel his sitcom. which front runners will walk away with oscars sunday? we'll break down the odds in the 83rd academy awards when we get start started. >> >> just ahead we will take another look at weather and traffic together before you head out to start your day. very foggy out there. may want to give a little extra time. [ alarm clock buzzing, indistinct conversations ] [ female announcer ] important events can sneak up on you. oh, i am not ready. can i have a couple weeks? [ female announcer ] but with yoplait light's two week tune up, you could be ready. you could lose 5 pounds in 2 weeks when you replace breakfast and lunch with a fruit, grain, and yoplait light. betsy bets. you haven't changed a bit. oh...neither have you... sean. well, yeah. [ female announcer ] go to yoplait.com to start your two week tune up. >> visibility 23409 necessarily good. definitely some fog warnings out there. we have some incidents to talk about. we have a car fire
. >>> radaronline is reporting that charlie sheen has passed an at home drug test they gave him. the troubled star of "two and a half men" took the test yesterday in front of three radar employees. sheen plans to write a tell-all book about his life on the set of his show and what led to the final implosion. he reportedly wants $10 million for the publishing rights. "two and a half men" stopped production for the rest of the season after sheen's latest rant. >>> finally, just in time for the oscars, aol presents pint-size versions of the stars. they're acting out "the king' speech" and other oscar nominated movies. the online trend quite popular ahead of tonight's oscars. i can't wait to see those two do the "black swan." no overacting at all. >> that's so cute. >> you are my best friend. so adorable. janice huff is here with a check of the weather. good morning. >> good morning. in the northeast pretty quiet but a risk of severe storms across the nation's midsection. across the mid-mississippi river valley today, places like little rock, memphis, louisville, st. louis, paducah, kentucky. you're l
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